Transition housing program in Penticton or Kelowna for adults seeking support for recovery from substance use. Provides fully furnished housing options in a substance-free assisted living facility. The program enhances independence with personalized life skills training, support and transition planning to promote wellness. Length of stay is typically six months. All applications are screened through the Interior Health.

What Is the Service

  • Tailored to each individual’s unique healing process
  • Provide a live-in facility for adults aged 19+ who are in Second Stage recovery from substance misuse.
  • For individuals who are actively engaging in recovery, often post intensive live-in treatment
  • Provide a structured environment and qualified staff to support men and women to enhance their development and maximize their achievement towards self-sufficiency.
  • Designed to encourage the development of new coping mechanisms, support networks, healthy lifestyles and independence, within an alcohol and drug free environment.
  • Participants are expected to manage medications as prescribed without support

How to Access the Service

Applicants are to be medically and physically capable of semi-independent living and must not require a medical withdrawal management service.

Download the Application Here

Please fax completed applications to 250-493-5615

For inquiries about the service please contact The Bridge:



The Facilities

Our facilities are substance free and support medically-assisted therapies.

Operating in the Central and South Okanagan since 2016.

760 Hwy 33

123 Nanaimo Ave E
1001 Johnson Rd


The facilities include:

  • Fully-furnished individual secured bedrooms
  • Safe secure building
  • Shared living space
  • Amenities include:
    • Laundry
    • TV
    • Kitchen
    • Appliances
    • Cookware and dishes
  • Outdoor green space
  • Staff on-site daily and on-call 24/7

What Happens Next

All participants will assist in creating their own plan for return to independence with support of The Bridge staff. This work will begin early and will be a collaborative process between the participants, staff and community resources. It will also involve the participant’s family or other support and, whenever possible, a family session may be held to work collaboratively on the service plan and transition.

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